Committee Basics – The Handover
Committee Basics – The Handover includes a number of downloadable information sheets that provide tips and guidelines to ensure committees understand their legal responsibilities following the Annual General Meeting (AGM), and to assist in a smooth transition of governance and management to the newly elected committee.
Committee Basics – 2017
Committee Basics V2 – for independent early childhood services is a resource designed for committees of independent kindergartens who manage early childhood services and employ staff.
Early Childhood Agreement for Children in Out-of Home Care
The Early Childhood Agreement for Children in Out-of-Home Care (the Agreement) aims to increase the participation of young children in Out-of-Home Care (OoHC) in high quality early childhood education and care (ECEC), with a particular focus on Maternal and Child Health (MCH) and kindergarten services.
Employee Management and Development Kit
The Employee Management and Development Kit has been developed by ELAA to support early learning services in the ongoing management and development of their employee
Free Policies for the Early Childhood Sector
The Education and Care Services National Regulations 2011 (regulation 168), requires that all early childhood education and care providers have a range of policies and procedures in place.
There are number of policies, available free to services, which can be tailored to suit the early childhood environment from the following locations:
Fundraising Made Simple
ELAA understands how vital fundraising is to services across Victoria and offers ongoing support in a number of ways.
Fundraising Made Simple is a tool for committees to use as a guide when organising fundraising activities. It provides guidelines, helpful hints and suggestions for ‘fun’ events that will make fundraising an enjoyable and successful activity.
The Impact of Early Childhood Experiences
ELAA, in partnership with Australian Research Alliance for Children & Youth (ARACY), held a special presentation by Edward Melhuish on the “effect that children’s early years experience has on their educational and socio-emotional development.”
VIT Teacher Registration Fact Sheets
Under new legislation early childhood teachers will be required to be registered with the Victorian Institute of Teaching (the Institute) commencing 30 September 2015.
This applies to all qualified early childhood teachers who are teaching or intend to teach as an early childhood teacher in an education and care service or a Victorian children’s service.